On our way back to Edinburgh from Angus, we stopped off at Kinross to see the impressive expanse of Loch Leven, frozen and covered with snow.
A friend asked me over the Christmas break how I manage to retain my drive for taking photos. I gave it some thought over the past few days and thought that my answer might be useful or interesting to other photographers or artists and so here it is.
We took a diversion off the motorway to explore the wintry countryside and came across the highest village in Scotland, buried in snow.
I pledge to take more winter landscape photos this year, after being out this evening to take some long-awaited photos of the Christmas lights in Spiez.
It's been a hectic week and weekend, hence the delay in posting that I've released my 2010 calendar.
After a fairly long break, I returned to my major photographic project recently, which takes me across the whole of the city of Bern on a quest to photograph all 219 of the tram and bus stops of the Bernmobil network.
A view at sunset of the low-lying area of Bern called "Marzili".
Last weekend, we chose to head for the Eigergletscher ("Eiger Glacier") station high above Grindelwald: to appreciate the astounding beauty of the autumnal landscapes below the station, to be enthralled by the massive cliffs of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, and also to visit the polar dogs who are kenneled next to the station.
A small gallery of photos inspired by the silvery light mixed with deep shade in the forest park of Virginia Water in Surrey, England.
Jo and I visit the alpine lake of Oeschinensee, in a mountain valley above Kandersteg, and take a dip to cool ourselves off.
After the success of my last talk at the English Speaking Club in Bern, at which I showed a couple of dozen of my people and street photographs, I am pleased to have been invited back for a second free evening by president Corinne Oegerli. This time, instead of people photographs, I intend to show a selection of photographs on…
After processing a lot of photos from the past couple of months, I'm happy to be returning to the photos I took when Jo and I were on holiday in Italy this May. This is the next in the sequence of photos I'd like to show you, which is of the restaurant one passes on the way to the Sciara…
A tremendously colourful winter sunset in Brienz, where I used to work, looking from the small tourist village along the lake to Interlaken.
Continuing in the series of individual photos along the Thames which I took in 1999 for a City and Guilds photo course.